I made a suggestion about building a houseboat on dry land in a flood-prone area might help people and their properties survive a flood, and the question was rudely discarded by the 'community' with no chance of further comments. I'm just trying to think of ideas to help people yet many of your privileged users who like to edit other peoples work seem to feel insulted if I do not agree with their non- encouraging criticism. My question here is shouldn't the content of a question even if amateurishly expressed be more important than strictly following syntax or grammar rules? More important than if the question, in the opinion of the privileged users, has too many opinions in it.
Why your question was deleted
From How does deleting work? on Meta Stack Exchange:
- The system will automatically delete closed (not as a duplicate), unlocked questions with zero or negative score having no upvoted or accepted answers or pending reopen votes, that were closed 9 or more days ago and haven't been edited in the past 9 days.
When the Community user's regular cleanup routine ran ~12 hours ago, your question met the above criteria for an "abandoned" question and so was automatically deleted.
Why your questions were closed
Your more recent question was closed for the same reason as the your first (now deleted) question, and it has nothing to do with syntax or grammar. In both cases, the first revision of the question didn't contain a question at all. You corrected that in the second revision of the deleted question by adding:
So I'm asking if it would be better in Tornado prone areas to build or rebuild houses so they are partly underground ( and made without a wooden framework) like a big stormshelter you can live in? This might save people and there properties.
After you made this edit, the question was automatically put up for review in the Reopen Queue. I completed that review by voting "Leave Closed." Note that this does not prevent any user from voting to reopen who has the necessary privileges to do so---it only removes the question from that particular review queue.
In both cases, you're looking for an open-ended discussion, which Stack Exchange does not support on its Q&A sites. The Help Center clearly states:
You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face. Chatty, open-ended questions diminish the usefulness of our site and push other questions off the front page.
Your questions should be reasonably scoped. If you can imagine an entire book that answers your question, you’re asking too much.
If your motivation for asking the question is “I would like to participate in a discussion about ______”, then you should not be asking here. However, if your motivation is “I would like others to explain ______ to me”, then you are probably OK. (Discussions are of course welcome in our real time web chat.)
You want to brainstorm ideas; that's not what we do here. There are an incredible number of alternative venues on the internet for what you want to do. We even provide an Engineering chat room for discussing almost anything you want, up to and including Trevor's pizza misconceptions.
Alternatively, you can still revise your questions to fit our guidelines. More than one user, including a moderator, left you comments pointing out issues that you have yet to address. However you may feel about the tone of those comments, I assure you they are not personal. These users are trying to help you participate by explaining our expectations---and so am I.
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